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Traditional Flavors of Mallorca: The Best Places to Try Pa Amb Oli

Updated: Feb 27

The "pa amb oli," emblematic of Mallorcan cuisine, has evolved from a basic staple to a gourmet delight. From its humble origins to its resurgence in specialized restaurants, it remains an essential dish. Discover in this article the best places in Mallorca to enjoy this culinary delight and immerse yourself in a gastronomic experience that combines tradition, creativity, and local flavors.

Mallorcan "Pa amb Oli".

Bar Cabrera

Located in the bustling neighborhood of Santa Catalina in Palma, Bar Cabrera stands out as a must-visit for pa amb oli lovers. With over two decades of experience, this establishment offers the ultimate version of this typical Mallorcan dish. The dishes, presented in a clay dish and accompanied by trencades olives, chili peppers, and sea fennel, are ideal for sharing. Bar Cabrera's success has been such that they recently opened a second location, Bar Cabrera Bis, on Bartolomé Rosselló Street, offering the same quality and cozy atmosphere as the original.

Address: Carrer de Can Baró, 9. Palma de Mallorca. Tel: 971 73 84 82

Bar Cabrera

Es Llogaret

Located near S’Escorxador in Mallorca, this restaurant stood out by winning the 2019 World Pa Amb Oli Championship with its cod with roasted peppers and sweet tomato sauce. Chef Rafael Fernández emphasizes the importance of using local ingredients and limiting the number of components to preserve the flavors. In addition to the classic pa amb oli, they offer sophisticated variations such as one with monkfish with seafood sauce or one with beef with ginger and caramelized onion.

Address: Germans García Peñaranda, 7. Palma de Mallorca. Tel. 871 91 04 04.

Es Llogaret.

Café Barroco

With an aesthetic reminiscent of old theater cafes, this café offers a unique experience that includes hypnosis sessions, magic, and monologues. Their menu focuses on the classic pa amb oli, accompanied by crepes, salads, and homemade cakes. They stand out for covering their pa amb olis with trampó, a typical Mallorcan salad.

Address: Margalida Caimari, 17. Palma de Mallorca. Tel. 692 02 92 23.

Café Barroco

Blat de Sac

This restaurant combines Mallorcan culinary culture with international influences, offering pa amb olis with fused flavors. They are renowned for their proposal of cod with squid ink mayonnaise, as well as their fusion pa amb olis with exotic flavors such as duck breast with red berries or Vietnamese-style beef.

Address: Blanquerna, 4. Palma de Mallorca. Tel. 871 85 21 63.

Blat de Sac.

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